DAKOTA CITY | An Arkansas man has pleaded not guilty to charges related to a high-speed chase that ended near South Sioux City.
Dusty Nash, 31, of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, entered his pleas Tuesday in Dakota County District Court to single counts of possession of stolen property, criminal impersonation, obstructing a peace officer and open alcoholic beverage container.
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Nash was a passenger in a car involved in a Feb. 14 chase that began in Washington County just north of Omaha and headed north. The chase ended on U.S. Highway 77 between Dakota City and South Sioux City after the car was disabled by spike strips that flattened three of the car's tires. The car was reported stolen in Arkansas.
The car's driver, Shelbi Nichols, 23, of Bonnerdale, Arkansas, pleaded guilty earlier this month to possession of stolen property and operation of a motor vehicle to avoid arrest.